January 2013 Kaya Drop-off

Fragrant Southeast Asian Coconut Egg JamNew Year and new beginnings. What has this new year brought you so far? We hope you will experience peace, joy and love in greater measure this year.

Rosy’s Kitchen hopes to bring something new to your culinary and/or eating experiences this year. We will be doing our first Kaya drop-off of 2013.

Rosy’s Kitchen – Homemade Kaya 

Kaya, meaning ‘rich’ in the Malay Language, is a fragrant coconut-egg jam believed to originate from Southeast Asia . It has a smooth, velvety texture and a sweet taste. The locals in Malaysia and Singapore typically spread kaya over warm buttered toast (“kaya toast”). Here in the UK , we also enjoy kaya with crumpets, English muffins, croissants, etc as a spread. Some have used it to cook desserts.

Rosy’s Kitchen believes that good kaya can only be made with love, in small batches and using only the finest ingredients. We use free-range eggs sourced from our local farm, premium quality coconut milk and make each batch of kaya by hand. Our kaya is always freshly made and do not contain any artificial colours, flavouring or preservatives.

We look forward to introduce you to new flavours, or to rekindle nostalgic memories of Southeast Asia.

* One 180g jar of Kaya – £3.50

* Three 180g jars of Kaya – £10

Payment on collection/delivery or via bank transfer (details provided upon receipt of order)

Collection/delivery details:

1. Directly from Rosy’s Kitchen (Guildford)

Saturday 19th January

Sunday 20th January

Sunday 27th January

2. Alternative delivery or collection – please contact Rosy’s Kitchen directly

Contact details:

Rosy’s Kitchen (Rosemary Ding)

Email: rosyskitchensurrey@gmail.com

Twitter @rosyskitchen

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A very unique Christmas Gift Set

Rosy’s Kitchen and Wenyu’s Teahouse present

A very unique Christmas gift set

Love came down

Love is with us

Love lives within us

“The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son,

and they will call him Immanuel”–which means, “God with us.”

~ Matthew 1:23, The Bible

This Christmas, Rosy’s Kitchen and Wenyu’s Teahouse have teamed up to present to you a very special Christmas gift set.  Inside each beautifully hand assembled and packaged box, you’ll find

One 180g jar of Homemade Kaya

One packet of high quality Blooming Tea

* 1-3 sets – £8 per set

* 4+ sets – £7.50 per set

All profits from Rosy’s Kitchen will go to Guildford Baptist Church Redevelopment Fund http://www.guildfordbaptist.org/about/building-redevelopment-project/.  A large percentage of the rest of the proceeds go to Waterloo Food Bank Charity http://www.oasischurchwaterloo.org/what/waterloo-foodbank

Payment on collection/delivery or via bank transfer (details will be provided upon receipt of order)

Collection/delivery details:

There are a number of ways to receive your gift set:

1. Directly from Rosy’s Kitchen (Guildford) or Wenyu’s Teahouse (Waterloo, London) on the following days

Saturday 15th December

Sunday 16th December

Saturday 22nd December

Sunday 23rd December

Exact address will be emailed to you upon receipt of order.

2. We can arrange alternative delivery (delivery or postage charges may apply) – please contact Rosy’s Kitchen (Guildford/Surrey area) or Wenyu’s Teahouse (London area) directly to discuss.

Contact details:

 

Rosy’s Kitchen (Rosemary Ding)

Email: rosyskitchensurrey@gmail.com

Twitter @rosyskitchen

Wenyu’s Teahouse (Selina Dong/Wenyu)

Email: wenyusteahouse@gmail.com

Twitter @wenyusteahouse

Rosy’s Kitchen – Homemade Kaya

Kaya, meaning ‘rich’ in the Malay Language, is a fragrant coconut-egg jam believed to originate from Southeast Asia.  It has a smooth, velvety texture and a sweet taste.  The locals in Malaysia and Singapore typically spread kaya over warm buttered toast (“kaya toast”).  Here in the UK, we also enjoy kaya with crumpets, English muffins, croissants, etc as a spread.  Some have used it to cook desserts.

Rosy’s Kitchen believes that good kaya can only be made with love, in small batches and using only the finest ingredients.  We use free-range eggs sourced from our local farm, premium quality coconut milk and make each batch of kaya by hand.  Our kaya is always freshly made and do not contain any artificial colours, flavouring or preservatives.

Enjoy the unique flavour of kaya with a light, refreshing cup of Blooming Tea from Wenyu’s Teahouse.

Wenyu’s Teahouse – Blooming Tea

 

Blooming tea from Wenyu’s teahouse – complements and a great friend of Kaya toast.

Ingredients: Chinese tea leaves with dried flowers (Jasmine, Globe Amaranth, Chrysanthemum)

Origin: Fujian ProvinceChina

Harvest: Spring 2012

Taste: light, refreshing and slightly sweet

How to Brew:

Boil tap water to reach 95°C-100°C.

Place 1 tea ball into a 500ml glass/cup/tea pot

Pour boiling water into the teapot and let it brew for 1 minute.

Enjoy watching the tea blossom.

Note: one tea ball could be topped up with hot water up to 5 times.

Kaya drop-off in London!

Kaya, meaning ‘rich’ in Malay, is a fragrant coconut egg jam originating from Southeast Asia.  Typically spread over buttered toast, kaya has a smooth, velvety texture and a sweet taste.  

Rosy’s Kitchen believes that good kaya can only be made by love, in small batches and using only the finest ingredients.  We use free-range eggs sourced from our local farm, premium quality coconut milk and make each batch of kaya by hand.  Our kaya is always freshly made and do not contain any artificial colours, flavouring or preservatives.

This Sunday 4 November 2012, Rosy’s Kitchen will be doing her first-ever kaya drop-off in London! You can place an advanced order at http://www.edibleexperiences.com/p/46053/Wild-Serai/201004/4-Nov-Eurasian-Malaysian-by-Wild-Serai by mid-night Friday 2nd November.